Careful with this one or you’ll end up taking that last gondo car down.
Four Points, whose namesake lift was named when ski area pioneers John Fetcher and Gordy Wren spotted a four-point buck while searching for a lift terminal site, is perfect for mid-run refueling. And their award-winning Bloody Mary is the perfect accompaniment.
Expect your knees, quads, hips and especially your liver to be a little looser on your next run after one of these elixirs, which have won town’s Best Bloody accolades multiple years running. They’re made with Finlandia vodka, premium house-made Bloody Mary mix, garnished with bleu cheese-stuffed olive, gherkin sweet pickle, celery stalk, cheese cube, cherry pepper, cedar-smoked house pepperoncini, lime wedge, and brown sugar/black pepper bacon. “We sell more than 12,000 of them in the 20 weeks we are open,” says food and beverage manager LeAnne Cain, touting the massive skewer of goodies among its attributes. You do the daily math.